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Call of the Sheep to the Slaughter

Today’s Big News is the 11th straight record high on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI). This streak of record highs is the longest such streak since 1987. This streak is being attributed to the election of Donald Trump, which … Continue reading

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Retire on $1000?

The Egghead who “cracked” the stock market code Can this math-whiz pay your mortgage for you? Penny stocks are usually junk, right? I’d certainly say so. And most importantly for you, my good friend Nathan Gold, The Penny Stock Egghead  … Continue reading

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Continue Tracking your Spending: Part VII of budgeting

So, based on the work you have done in parts 1 through 6, you know how much money you have coming in and how much you are planning to spend.  You also have a plan to pay off all your … Continue reading

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Debt Payment Plan, Part VI of budgeting…

If you don’t have any debt, you can skip this section. OK, so now that you are still here, let’s keep moving. 🙂 Most readers are going to find that creating a debt payment plan is an important part of … Continue reading

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Allocate Your Spending, Part V of Budgeting….

After doing what you can to increase your income and decrease your expenses, it’s time to take a closer look at the expense part and see if you allocate your spending it in reasonable amounts. Because, really, when it comes … Continue reading

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Increase Your Income, Trim Expenses, Part IV of Budgeting

Examine Your Expenses Looking at your budget, it’s possible that your expenses outweigh your income.  This is especially true if you have a lot of debt payments.  You’ll need to either trim expenses or increase your income.  Which you choose … Continue reading

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A Critical Look at Your Finances: A budget you can live with Part III

So, you’ve been tracking your spending for a month.  Now it’s time to get the first look at your finances and to examine closely what you have spent your money on compared to what you have received.   This can … Continue reading

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The Danger of Debt: A Budget you Can Live With, part II:

The Danger of Debt. Being in debt is one of the most difficult life situations to escape from, which is one reason it’s worth it to make sure you don’t ever go there.  Debt can make you feel enslaved to … Continue reading

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How to Create a Budget You Can Live With, Part I

Now that we are nearly in the new year (how time flies!) and we’re almost through the buy-everything-in-sight-to-give-to-the-kids for Christmas period, it’s time to settle down and think about our finances. What you need is a budget you can live … Continue reading

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Welcome to Guest Money Blog!

Hey there, welcome to Guest Money Blog! For my very first post, I’m going to send you somewhere else!  Yep, there’s a $100 Paypal giveaway contest on the blog Making Sense of Cents!  I get ten entries for mentioning the … Continue reading

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